Jake DeBrusk’s Speed, Offensive Flair Sets Up Peter Cehlarik’s Goal

Jake DeBrusk is a fast skater and a talented puck handler.

The Boston Bruins left winger used those skills to his advantage during the first period Saturday against the San Jose Sharks, and it led to the Bruins’ first goal. DeBrusk received the puck in the neutral zone from Peter Cehlarik, split two defenders and launched the puck at the net.

While Sharks netminder Aaron Dell stopped DeBrusk’s shot, the B’s winger collided with Dell, and Cehlarik came flying in to poke the puck in for his first career NHL goal.

To see DeBrusk create the opportunity for Cehlarik, check out the “Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind” video above.

Thumbnail photo via John Hefti/USA TODAY Sports Images

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